Monday, March 7, 2011
A Matter of Chance - Discussion Thread
Evidently Cressida's parents and the elderly doctors hadn't gotten the immunity memo.
Giles tells her of his time during the occupation when their lands had been confiscated and he had to share a flat with his grandmother which is as near poverty as any RDD gets, I think. Giles also mentions that his father was a doctor and left him 'in charge' (at the age of 5) when he was arrested. Here's a snippet about the Dutch Resistance from a longish wiki article:
First of all - cool. Second - how? Enquiring minds want to know.